Gardening 101 Classes
Starting a Garden at Home
Vista in June
June 8, 15, 22 | 9am to 1pm
El Cajon in July
July 6, 13, 20 | 9am to 1pm
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Enroll early to ensure your participation. Maximum class size is 18. Once we've received your class fees, we'll notify you of acceptance into the class and send you location and other class details.
More classes in more neighborhoods
are being scheduled!
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in VGSD's University of Gardening (U. Garden) Classes!
Want to learn how easy it is to grow fresh, tasty and healthy vegetables in your own yard?
VGSD's Vegetable Gardening 101 Classes are offered throughout the year as a series of three class sessions given at different locations throughout the San Diego Urban Region. All classes are hands on, meaning that you will be getting your hands in the dirt.
Class topics include:
Natural ways to eliminate your existing lawn
Bed Preparation and Soil Awareness
Planting, Maintaining and Harvesting your Garden
How to Prepare and Eat your Harvest!
Class Information: Class is limited to 18 participants to ensure maximum participation. Acceptance into the class is on a first paid/first served basis. These classes take place at private homes, schools, workplaces, and organization sites throughout the region.
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Victory Gardens San Diego
Helping people start growing their own food through collaborative garden builds, hands-on garden education and community outreach.
VGSD is a program of San Diego Roots Sustainable Food Project and works hand-in-hand with several San Diego food-movement groups to further our mission.
Eating nutritious, locally grown organic food.
Promoting genuine empowerment, practical knowledge and self-sufficiency.
Fostering community, skill sharing and information exchange, reconnecting people to food history and its traditions.
Growing food in innovative spaces.
Encouraging a greater understanding of food systems and their connections to local and global sustainability issues.
We help anyone seeking an active role in their own food production!
Since our inception in March of 2009, VGSD has helped many new gardeners develop almost 100 home, community, school and organizational gardens. These activities have involved hundreds of volunteers and thousands of volunteer service hours to help San Diegans create a healthier, more local food system.